The Fat Pipe Of The Packet Pushers Podcasts

The most popular shows from the Packet Pushers Podcast Network in one feed. 1-The Weekly Show (network engineering). 2-Priority Queue (even more network engineering). 3-Datanauts (the full IT stack including cloud). 4-Network Break (IT news and analysis from the week). 5-Briefings In Brief (interesting vendor stories in 15 minutes or less).

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Show 288: The Future Of Networking With Russ White – Recorded Live

In this episode, Ethan Banks sat down with network architect Russ White for a live interview about the current state of the network, emerging trends such as SDN and open networking, and why we need more protocols instead of fewer.


 2016-05-13  n/a

Network Break 86: Open Source & The Enterprise; Cloud-Managed Networks

On todays Network Break we recap Gregs Interop panel on open source and the enterprise, examine the impetus behind a $28 million funding round for CoreOS, and more.


 2016-05-09  n/a

Show 287: Handling Business Divestitures

How does a network engineer deal with divestiture--that is, getting rid of some part of your companys business? On todays Weekly Show, Jeremy Filliben shares his lessons learned in separating networking one from another is.


 2016-05-09  n/a

Datanauts 034: Automate All The Packets

On todays Datanauts episode were joined by Jason Edelman to dig into why the network has traditionally been so hard to automate, what tools are available, and how to get started.


 2016-05-04  n/a

Network Break 85: Verizon All In On OpenStack; Tech Layoffs Ahead?

On todays Network Break we look at Verizons embrace of OpenStack, peer into the minds of tech sales people, examine a layoff prediction, review financial news and more!


 2016-05-02  n/a

Show 286: Busting Anycast TCP Myths

Todays show is a thought-provoking look at anycast TCP. We start with anycast basics, explore use cases for providers and the enterprise, and then dig into the technical issues of anycast use in production.


 2016-04-29  n/a

Datanauts 033: Making Telemetry A Snap With Intel s Open Framework

On todays episode of Datanauts we learn about Snap, an open source telemetry framework to make collecting, processing, and publishing data center metrics modular, dynamic, and open. Snap was originally developed by Intel.


 2016-04-27  n/a

Network Break 84: Is Bimodal IT BS?; OpenStack Advances

The latest episode of Network Break debates the merits of Bimodal IT and drills into OpenStack news from Walmart (yes, Walmart) and Dell. We also cover stories from Intel, Mesosphere, Cisco, Mellanox and F5.


 2016-04-25  n/a

Show 285: IETF Routing Area Update

Todays Weekly Show explores new projects in the IETF Routing Area, and examines the organizations role in an age where open-source projects are driving ad hoc standards.


 2016-04-22  n/a

Datanauts 032: CoreOS, Tectonic & Building A Better Data Center

The Datanauts delve into CoreOS, a lightweight, Unix-like operating system that aims to make deploying containers as simple as ordering Earl Grey tea on your food replicator.


 2016-04-20  n/a